Several Security Council members welcome Libyan dialogue in Bouznika

UN: Several Security Council members welcome Libyan dialogue in Bouznika

United Nations (New York) – Several members of the UN Security Council on Tuesday welcomed the inter-Libyan dialogue held in Bouznika and its results, considering that it is a “Not positive” towards a rapid resumption of the political process and a way out of the crisis in Libya.

“The results of the mediation talks held in Switzerland and Morocco are positive steps towards the rapid resumption of the Libyan political process”, underlined in a joint declaration the five European countries current and incoming members of the Security Council, namely Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany and Ireland.

This statement, made during a press conference at UN headquarters following the adoption by the Council of resolution 2542 which provides in particular for the appointment ” Without delay “ of a new UN special envoy to Libya, also insists that there is no “No military solution to the Libyan conflict” and that the way out of the crisis can only be “Political, in a spirit of inclusion, under the auspices of the United Nations”.

In addition, other member countries of the Security Council welcomed the holding of the Libyan dialogue at Bouznika and the agreements concluded there.

Thus, South Africa welcomed the holding in Morocco of the inter-Libyan dialogue. “We welcome the recent inter-Libyan dialogue hosted by the Kingdom of Morocco in Bouznika and the talks in Montreux in Switzerland, which could bring the different parties together in a process led and led by the Libyans and which will be successful. let’s hope for a lasting peace in Libya ”, the South African ambassador to the UN said in his explanation of vote on resolution 2542.

For his part, the Ambassador of Indonesia also wished to express his country’s gratitude to the “International efforts” in favor of Libya, “Including the facilitation of inter-Libyan dialogue by the Kingdom of Morocco”.

For its part, Vietnam welcomed the holding in Morocco of this dialogue which brought together the delegations of the Parliament of Tobruk and the Libyan High Council of State.

“We welcome the inter-Libyan dialogue which took place in Bouznika (…) which is able to complete the three-way peace talks under the auspices of the United Nations”said the Vietnamese ambassador to the United Nations, who reaffirmed his country’s steadfast position that an inclusive Libyan-led peace process is “The only viable solution to the conflict”.

The Libyan dialogue of Bouznika brought together the delegations of the High Council of State and the Parliament of Tobruk with the objective of maintaining the ceasefire and opening negotiations to put an end to the conflicts between the Libyan protagonists.

The day after the launch of this dialogue, the UN welcomed the “Constructive role” Morocco, which has contributed since the beginning of the Libyan crisis to efforts to achieve a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Libya.

“Since the beginning of the Libyan crisis, the Kingdom of Morocco has played a constructive role and contributed to the efforts of the UN aimed at reaching a peaceful resolution to the Libyan conflict”, said the spokesperson for the UN chief.

“We welcome every initiative and inclusive political effort to support a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Libya. This includes the recent efforts of the Kingdom of Morocco, involving delegations from the High Council of State and the House of Representatives ”, added the spokesperson for the Secretary-General after the Bouznika dialogue.

For their part, the delegations of the Libyan High Council of State and of the Parliament of Tobruk expressed, last week in Bouznika, their thanks and their gratitude for the efforts of the Kingdom of Morocco in the relaunch of the Libyan dialogue, as well as for its impartial position.

In the final joint communiqué that sanctioned this dialogue, the two delegations announced that they had reached a global agreement on the criteria and transparent and objective mechanisms for occupying the sovereign positions. (mapexpress.ma)

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